Altenew Spring Daisy Card - Get the list of supplies I used @ papercraftbusiness.com - Created by Lisa Walsh

 

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This month our theme is: Anything Goes w/option Something New.
The winning prize is: Magnolia Doohickey Die – Romantic Tag

 

 

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Altenew Spring Daisy Card

I created a new card using the theme of our new January challenge – Something New. To me this was about getting out of my comfort zone & learning something new.

So I purchased a stamp that I wouldn’t normally buy. I love all the cute & adorable stamps out there, but this time I wanted to challenge myself by using a floral stamp. Usually I avoid buying floral stamps because flowers look beautiful at the best of times & I wasn’t sure if I could create something that would do them justice. 

I put my apprehension aside, took the plunge & bought myself the Altenew Spring Daisy Stamp Set & also the co-ordinating Altenew Spring Daisy Dies

 

 

Altenew Spring Daisy Card - Get the list of supplies I used @ papercraftbusiness.com - Created by Lisa Walsh
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The Flower Image:

To challenge myself even further, I decided that I didn’t want to have a general stamped black image for this card. I wanted something different that would make the daisies look as delicate as possible while trying a new technique that I hadn’t used before. So I decided on using embossing powder & heat embossing the image. hoping that this would give me the results I was looking for.

I began by choosing one of the daisy stamps from the Altenew Spring Daisy stamp set & inked it up with Versamark Watermark ink. I double stamped it onto Xpress It Blending card using my stamping tool. Afterwards I sprinkled on the Ranger white embossing powder & heat set it with my heat tool.



Altenew Spring Daisy Card - Get the list of supplies I used @ papercraftbusiness.com - Created by Lisa Walsh

 

The idea was to create a cluster of daisys together rather than having one standing on its own. So I created two more daisies which gave me three altogether. I then cut them out using the Altenew Spring Daisy dies. Next, I did the same with the leaves.

Normally I would use Copic Markers to colour my image, but due to the ‘Something New’ challenge, I wanted to try my hand at colouring with Ranger Distress Inks. I thought it was going to be difficult but to my surprise, it was incredibly quick & easy.

I only wanted two colours for the daisies, pink & yellow, but used four different Ranger Distress Inks so that I could add a little depth & shading to the flowers. The colours I used are Victorian Velvet, Spun Sugar, Mustard Seed & Scattered Straw. For the leaves, I used Evergreen Bough.

 

Altenew Spring Daisy Card - Get the list of supplies I used @ papercraftbusiness.com - Created by Lisa Walsh

 

The Card Base

I created the card base with Bazzill Basics white cardstock which I trimmed down with my paper trimmer to 7 x 10″. Then I scored & creased down the middle with my score board.



Altenew Spring Daisy Card - Get the list of supplies I used @ papercraftbusiness.com - Created by Lisa Walsh

 

 

The Centre Piece

I trimmed another piece of white cardstock down to size of 6 3/4″ x 4 3/4″ using my paper trimmer. I adhered the daisies & leaves into place with foam tape to create a little dimension to the card. After doing this I wanted to add some colour to the background. I did this by blending the Ranger Evergreen Bough Distress ink with my blending tool onto the centre piece cardstock. I started blending from the outside in making sure I left some white space around the daisies & leaves.

I created the sentiment with the ‘Hello Gorgeous’ stamp that was included in the Altenew Spring Daisy Stamp Set. I used Memento Tuxedo Black Ink to create the sentiment, then re-stamped over the top with Versamark Watermark Ink & then heat embossed it with Hero Arts Clear Embossing Powder. I  added some lace which I found in my craft stash.

Then I adhered the centre piece to to the card base using Double Sided tape & added a few silver sequins to finish off the design.

A card wouldn’t be complete without it’s own envelope. So I created an envelope using my Envelope Punch Board & some pretty design paper from my craft stash which co-ordinates with the card very nicely.

 

 

Altenew Spring Daisy Card - Get the list of supplies I used @ papercraftbusiness.com - Created by Lisa Walsh

 


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Linked to: Altenew, Deep Ocean & Simon Says Stamp challenges.

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A handmade card created with Altenew Spring Daisy Stamp Set & co-ordinating dies. Read the blog post for step by step instructions & the list of products used so you can create the card yourself - papercraftbusiness.com